Frankinmurray – Forbidden Musical Rites
BEATPORT Exclusivity: 7th Sept 2018
Preview at soundcloud
1. Jarko – FrankinMurray
Jarko is a DJ and drum & bass producer from Spain, whose move to Bristol has seen him draw influences from his local scene to deliver a host of records, with him now performing alongside genre-greats like Merikan, Dazee, Trivision, Dubtime and Ill Truth.
Whether it’s on the stage of Timbuk2, Red Lion, Basement 45, Prisma in Sevilla or Jack of Diamonds in Bristol, his high-energy, cut throat sets have stood out amongst his counterparts, proving that he is able to hold his own against some of the rowdiest sets in drum & bass.
Alongside being a resident of Drum & Birds, an event which has become more and more pivotal over recent years within the confines of Basement 45, his grassroots audience has certainly grown.
And his forthcoming record on Forbidden Musical Rites is another expansion of what he’s about as an artist.
‘FrankinMurray’ is a no-holds-barred expression into Jarko as an artist, pushing harder and harder as his carefully orchestrated sounds filter through the mixdown and he comes at you fast and hard from the getgo.
Jarko begins his next single stepping through meticulously constructed breakdowns and a drop which plummets you into a technical spider web of zipping beats and punching drums, the type which help give the composition a much heavier feel.
As it begins to stream through its layers, you’re made instantly aware of just how industrial each segment is, as one rolls into the next. Jarko isn’t afraid to go in full throttle which is why he’s such an imperative part of Forbidden Musical Rites.
Each thumping hook helps to keep the track’s driving rhythm; it’s a track which also nods its head to the dancefloor and provides a set ripper which takes pride of place in many musical journeys within the club sphere.
If this is your first introduction to Jarko, you’re about to be immersed in a spectrum of sound which many ravers are beginning to find themselves within. This is one reason why it’s important to not forget the name, because it’s sure to be prevalent throughout line ups over the coming months.